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b >> (male announcer): live from the bay area this is the kron 4 morning news. kron 4 news at 4 starts now. >> good morning and the top stories or continue to follow this morning is the latest of the boston investigation where the suspect investigation continues. >> and life is slowly returning to normal and laws as authorities allow residents and businesses back into the area of boyle's the street where the explosions took place. tory dunnan n joins us live from boston with the latest. >> with mixed emotions residents are returning home. it has been a week.
we're just really happy. >> businesses are getting back to work. >> it is weird being back here. >> boston is getting back to a new sense of normal with a focus on getting answers. the bombing suspect is said to be communicating with investigators in limited fashion. the 19 year-old is recovering from his injuries including a gunshot wound to the neck. according to the u.s. government official he says he and is now dead older brother were self radicalized and motivated in part by the wars and iraq and afghanistan. >> i have never in my lifetime seen an effort as positive as this one in terms the cooperation and communication. >> today the mit campus is remembering the fallen officer. he was allegedly shot by the suspect brothers as he sat in his patrol car last thursday night. many of the brothers' alleged
victim's germain hospitalized. there has been an outpouring of public support--alleged victims' remains hospitalized. >> i am proud to announce that the boston fund has raised $20 million. (cheers and applause) here in the bay area bart police have reopened the 12 street bart station following an investigation a fatal shooting in downtown oakland last night. the shooting happened at 13th street and broadway. it was reported that the 1430. bart police shut down the 12 street station to look for suspects. passengers were evacuated and drains were not allowed to stop at that station. it reopened about one hour later. >> in san francisco police have surveillance video of the car involved in a deadly shooting earlier this month. the victim 23 year-old j.
ernesto acosta was in the intersection of hayes and webster when he was shot and killed. this surveillance video from inside a cab dropping off passengers are just before shots were fired. than a few seconds later the suspect's car speeds by on the left of your screen. police said the car is a white 2010 to the 2012 2010e-s 350. investigators say he has no criminal history which lisa to believe the shooting was random. >> there is no reason why we believe anyone will want to kill this man. >> investigators are hoping someone will have left the jazz club addressing something that would leave them to the shooter. >> we are just hours away from learning new details about the bay bridge bolts which broke off the eastern span. >> last month, 32 of bolts
or tanker prius snap when they were tied and. in total there are 288, bolts located on the span of the bay bridge. 96 of the bolts were tightened after an inspection, 32 were found broken. the cause appears to be hydrogen that slipped into the steel rods. >> the concern is been the safety of the bridge which is supposed to be safer than the old bridge in a earthquake conditions. there's also hope that the broken rides will not delay the scheduled labor day opening. >> and will be carrying the bay bridge news conference live on our 24/7 channel that starts at 930. you could watch on comcast's channel 193 or streaming on kron4.com . >> the golden state warriors game two of their series with denver's is over. stephen curry put up 30 points and 13 assists as the warriors beat the nuggets, 131-1 under 17 in denver to even the western
conference quarterfinal series at a game apiece. jarrett jack i chipped in 26. and harrison barnes added 1/4 to help the warriors in the nuggets' 24 game home winning streak. everything was falling for the warriors last night. golden state shot 65 percent from the field, including 14 for 25 from three-point range. game 3 is friday night at ordacle arena. >> the sharks a punched their ticket to the playoffs. logan coutore and joe pavelski sco30 scored goals 30 seconds apart in the third period to help the sharks clinched their ninth straight playoff berth with a come-from-behind 3-2 victory over the dallas stars last night. rafi torres also scored the
sharks, who moved into a tie for fourth place in the western conference with los angeles. the charge will visit the kings in the season finale on saturday. >> of the weather with erica. >> ocean beach in san francisco and some of our north bay communities are off to a cool start. a much cooler stars. napa over 20 degrees cooler than 24 was ago. into the afternoon we will see sunshine. temperatures day on a mild side. expect clear and calm conditions by letter on tonight. looking at your current temperatures. mid '40's for novato, santa rosa 40. in downtown san francisco low 50s out the door and pleasanton. taking the numbers into the afternoon at seventies as well. 77 for antioch and concord. 67 in oakland. mid- 70s for sunnyvale and san jose. 72 your high in
fremont. >> satellite and radar showing we're dealing with coastal fog. you can see it streaming up to the north. we have a couple of interesting things to know. the wind has died down. cooler temperatures. in the addition of the fog this is definitely not only going to help with air quality but also allergies. outages have been bad for most of us. a tree and even grass count have been high for the past 48 hours. >> we are talking cooler weather into tomorrow. tomorrow is expect to be the coolest they of the week. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast , however hold on to dry weather around the bay area. it will be warmer even as we start the next work week. >> more details on your extended forecast just a bit. >> meantime, taking a look at traffic. not monitoring any hot or slow spots. >> and look at the bay bridge this morning. a handful of cars working out oakland into san francisco.
>> the meter lights to deal with. tops speeds up the incline and across the upper deck. >> the san mateo bridge no problems for foster city. >> south bound 101, the golden gate bridge camera looking spotty. but no delays coming into san francisco. anny . thank you erica. coming up on the kron 4 morning news more on our news headlines the live look outside from our roof camera on van ness ave. looking at downtown to francisco waking up to clear conditions as erica was talking about. more details on your forecast and your head lines we return. the time is 408 .
>> we are back. new state legislation would give the homeless and california much more power to roam freely. the build of a homeless bill of rights is spearheaded by san francisco assemblyman tom ammiano . it will allow the homeless to rest, sleep or live in motor vehicles and solicit donations in public. the measure would also let them collect recyclables as a means of employment. cities would have to provide the homeless with health and hygiene centers with the restrooms and showers. the 24 hours a day seven days a week. the proposal passed an assembly committee yesterday. as for will cover the cost a spokesman for ammiano said at this point they did not know. >> continuing developments in the ricin investigation in which president obama and
others were targeted with poison the letters. charges were dropped against kevin curtis and elvis impersonator. he is the man the fbi had targeted as its prime suspect. no evidence of ricin was fouled. investigators now focusing on a man named j. everett dutschke searching his mississippi home today. this comes as another suspicious substance possibly more ricin was founded in military mail sorting facility in washington d.c.. >> the fbi is investigating what is being called the tweet are around the world. hardly one of the world's most reputable media outlet the associated press has its twitter account had yesterday. the fake tweet said breaking, two explosions in the white house and barack obamas injured. the tweet without just after 10:00 a.m.. and it briefly sent shock wav
es through much of the country. minutes later the eight he set out a statement saying, the tweet was fake. a group called the syrrian electronic army took credit for the attack. >> the los angeles police partisan out paint price warrant incident back in february. the l.a. tv has agreed to pay $4.2 million to two women were mistakenly shot at during the manhunt for this troubled ex cop christopher sorne . police fired more than one bullets in and around a bit of truck driving in torrance . 71 year-old, hernandez was shot in the back wise. our 47 your border was injured by boat and broken glass. officers said they thought he was driving the truck so they started shooting. >> we will be back with more on the kron 4 morning news.
>> we're back. >> lows 60s in san francisco and upper 50s in daly city. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast highlight gradually cooler weather we will continue with the pull down but it looks like it rogers will start to wrap up just a little bit as we head into the weekend. meantime, to a and look at traffic. >> bay area roads look good the problems at the bay bridge toll plaza. it is a very easy ride out oakland into the city. no worries or delays at the san the tail bridge. the drive 12-30 minutes. >> south bound 101, the golden gate bridge camera stopping a bit but no delays to talk about coming out of marin county. >> traffic maps doing well. westbound was it for a clear shot to the caldecott tunnel toward the macarthur maize. the drive from hercules to berkeley coming down the east shore freeway 12 minutes. >> turning to the south bay seeing the green on the screen speeds over 50 mi. an hour. >> anny . >> the time now is 417 .
>> the mother of a suspected boston, says there is no way our sons were involved in the deadly attack. she explains why she believes her boys aren't innocene innoce >> tell me how you feel about their position. did he do what he was told. >> what you think happened was more >> they were killed because there were muslims. nothing else! >> do you think they will stand trial. do you think they will get a fair trial? >> only allah knows i do not know. >> earlier we phoned her she
said her phone calls were son was the day before he was shot dead. . >> your talking about the cat. mama i miss you. for days she said the bomber was not tamerlin . she saw pictures of him and accepted his death but not that either of her son for the bombers. >> no tamerlin was the most gentle, the most of nicest, the most loving, the most loving boy. they killed him. they killed him. i see my son, i was not leaving it. until i see body of my son right in front of me.
>> he is killed really cruelly. you know what i think?. i think now they will try to make my dzho khas guilty. you know why they did it? they did it because, because they did not want the truth to come out okay? >> she is deeply distraught. she must confront a possible death sentence for the other son. >> their protector is god, who is his allah . the only allah. if they are going to kill him. my oldest one has been killed. i do not care if my youngest one is going to be killed today. i want the world to hear this. i do not care if i am going to
get killed to ok?. i will say allah akabar . >> a senate committee hearing was held in washington is today to discuss the fbi handling of the bombings suspect tamerlan tsarnaev . it was a suspect interviewed by the fbi at the request of the russian government, bought in 2011. because he was a follower of the radical islam. some questioned whether the fbi may have dropped the ball but not to carry the intelligence that could have prevented the bombing. >> i cannot say what they're trying to do. i can tell you what i think it's probable that is what they are trying to reconstruct what happened, how it happened, where the materials came from. it is a constant changin of information that needs to be evaluated. >> california senator dianne feinstein is head of the
senate committee on intelligence. she says, despite concerns, she thinks the fbi is on track with the investigation. >> in canada, a separate court appearances were held yesterday for the two men accused of plotting to derail it passenger train and a terra plot. the suspect each face a list of charges including conspiracy to commit murder for the benefit of a terrorist group. the parties say, the suspect had help from al quaida and wanted to derail a train on a line between canada and new york. the man had been under to valance for nearly a year. >> at the time of the deadly attack, a federal official now says, the closures were working properly at the california wild animal park where a lion killed an intern. investigators looked at the cages at project arrivals cat haven, east of fresno. they say, the cat sanctuary did not violate
any animal welfare act policies. the attack killed in turn diana hanson , of seattle. she was cleaning the case of a four year-old male lion name cous cous , when he somehow escaped from a small enclosure and attack. sheriff's deputies later killed the animal. >> at the time of the deadly attack federal officiala man whg in central california is not turned up days after he disappeared. daniel thompson was stranded in the wilderness and managed to survive by eating pine nuts. but will divide year-old from davis showed up at a campground in lake county on sunday. he had been missing since april 13th. following a camping trip. thompson says, he loss control his car went off the road. he
>> good morning everyone. it is 425 . you're waking up with kron 4 morning news. we have coastal fog and temperatures cooler than 24 hours ago. now up over 24 degrees cooler than yesterday morning. >> into the afternoon it will not be as warm. expect mild conditions. no one will see any '80s. we will continue with cooler weather in tomorrow. dry weather last not only into the weekend but as we start the next work it week. 12:00 you see 60s inside the bay. seventies inland indicated by the yellow on your screen. pushing in closer to your afternoon highs ppm, we start to see oranre war in the bay area we could see upper seventies or low '80s. temperatures will be cooler along the coastline. who are your screen indicates where
was the upper 50s. by 8:00 p.m. clear and mild conditions ticketed in the 50 to lows '60s. focusing on the afternoon highs. you'll see quite a spread. microclimate coming into play. fifties for daly city. '60s for san francisco and richmond. upper seventies for concord and antioch. could see 80 in fairfield. >> satellite and radar shows the coastal fog that is climbing. again, the wind has died down. the ridge of high pressure continues to strain north. will see another ridge of high pressure into next week. that will keep the storm track to our north. >> dry, sunny weather to the bay area. it will be quiet will not break any records. full details in your 7 day around the bay in just a couple of minutes. >> thank you erica. we will take a quick break on the kron 4 morning news on this wednesday morning. a live look at the san mateo bridge. clear skies there it and other nice day and with a lot of sunshine.
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a connection your whole house can count on. ♪ >> we are back at 430 . let us began the half hour by getting the forecast. >> starting off with mainly clear skies but we do have coastal fog. yesterday's and other hot one. a little case of some or all round the bay area. it broke the record in santa rosa. today nowhere near the temperatures will be dramatically cooler. >> '60s into the afternoon. tomorrow is expected to be the coolest of the of the week. extended forecast looks to be a dry one for the next 14 days. we will see plenty of sunshine as a ridge of high pressure builds into place. if you are headed out the door. we are seeing a mixture of all performance of fifties. 50 in hayward and redwood city. 48 in sunnyvale. afternoon
highs look like this plenty of seventies in the south bay. cupertino 78. 72 for fremont. could see 80 in fairfield. 65 for san leandro. mid-70s or wall of creek and danville. 77 and can't concord. >> downtown san francisco lows '60s. >> upper 50s in daly city. >> living at satellite and radar we do have the southerly surge. we have low cloud cover creeping up the coastline. the went however, has died down around the bay area. no rain drops. no right to talk about whatsoever. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast has, however, shows a morning fog pattern and afternoon sunshine. will be in the seventies did not '80s. >> meanwhile, warm conditions getting into the weekend. we will pump up a couple of degrees as we start the next work week. >> more details on your extended forecast coming up
in just a few short minutes. >> meantime, taking a look at traffic. we have overnight construction but no incidents to report. any slowdown jewel and counter will be typical overnight road work shutting down a couple of lanes. >> a live look at the bay bridge approach. traffic sailing from all the approaches now nearing likes to deal with. there is overnight road work on the and of the bridge. this is shutting down the fourth street on route to southbound 101. that is shut off and should be wrapping up shortly. no problems at the san mateo bridge. >> the problems getting to it coming out and is freeway. >> last but not least, a live look at the golden gate bridge. we have lang's called off but no problems to report. i have checked with the chp drive time 23 minutes from navato into san francisco. >> james. >> thank you erica. back to boston where boylston street
is slowly reopening. >> tory dunnan is in boston where the surviving suspect is recovering. >> brick by brick repairman attempt to repair the sidewalk where the deadly bombing occurred. there were mixed emotions of returning home. >> it has been a week. >> businesses are getting back to work. >> it is pretty weird being back here. >> boston is getting back to a new sense of normal with a sharp focus on getting the answers. >> the bombing suspect is said to be communicating with investigators in a limited fashion. >> a 19 year-old is recovering from his injuries including a gunshot wound to the neck. >> according to u.s. government officials say he and his older brother were
self radicalize the motivated in part by the war's end iraq at as afghanistan. >> i have never in my lifetime is in an effort is positive as this in terms of the cooperation and communication. >> the mit campus of and to remember falling officer sean collier . he was allegedly shot by the brothers as he sat in his patrol car thursday night. >> and other alleged victims remained hospitalized. there have been an outpouring of public support for those touched by the tragedy as they began to recover a move forward. >> i am proud to announce that the one from boston has raised $20 million. >>--fund a boston has raised $20 million. >> we are told some of the families of the victims who remained in the hospital will have expressed concern
that likely once the suspect as well enough he will be moved to another facility. >> in boston i am tory dunnan reporting. >> bart police have reopened the 12 street bart station following an investigation into a fatal shooting in downtown oakland late last night. the shooting happened at 13th street and broadway. it was reported to just before 1030. bart police shut down the 12 street station to look for suspects. passengers were evacuated and drains were not allowed to stop the station is real but one hour later. >> we're just hours away from learning new details about the bay bridge bolts . which broke on the eastern span. last month, 32 bolts or across that under tightened. will tran is in the area. >> will be back. to will.
you can watch on our comcast channel 193 the news conference later today at 930 or streaming on our web site kron4.com. >> no david lee, no problem for gold as they in game 2 of their series with stephen curry put up 30 points and 13 assists as the warriors beat the nuggets 131-170 in denver to even the western conference for a final series at a game apiece. jarrett jack gibb in to six.
and harrison barnes added 24 points to help the warriors in the nuggets' 24 game home winning streak. everything was falling for the warriors last night. o the state shot 65 percent from the field, including 14 for25 from three-point range. game 3 is friday at oracle arena. the sharks punster ticket to the playoffs. logan couture and joe pavelski scored 30 goals seconds apart in the late third period to help the sharks close their ninth straight playoff berth with a come-from-behind 3-2 victory over the dallas stars last night. raffi tordres also scored for the sharks, will move into a tie for fourth place in the western conference with los angeles. with two games
futures trading shows all three indexes positive. strong earnings reports continue to repel stocks higher. the market closed even higher after financial market were shaken in the early afternoon. when a fake tweet on the associated press twitter account of a sudden sell-off. here is looking yesterday's closing numbers. the dow jones closed up 152. closing at 14,719. the nasdaq also added 35 points to close at 3269. and the s&p five budget rose 16 points to 1005 under 78. >> new home sales edged higher in march another sign showing that the housing recovery is finally on track. sales rose by four moderate 17,000, a 1.5% gain over february numbers. but an 18.5% jump compared to a
year ago. analysts point to the several factors for the improved in the market. they include drop in foreclosures, near-record low mortgage rates, rising gold prices and a drop in unemployment. >> small businesses are in support of raising the federal minimum wage. according to is survived by the small business majority, they believe it will help the economy and, in turn, allows small companies to hire more workers. two- thirds of the $500 in the survey supported and increase in the current minimum hourly wage of $7 to a 5¢ a couple with an annual adjustment for inflation. 85 percent said their pay their employees more than the minimum. the minimum wage for the state of california is $8 an hour. >> virgin airlines launched a new service allows passengers to send a drink to someone on the plane was caught their eye. it is done to the airline's in-flight entertainment system. the
monitors on the back of the seats. passengers pinpoint their designated high heottdie with virgins digital seed mat, browse the menu and have a drink, snack or meals sent over. you could even follow up with a text for the seat to seat a visiting system. version launched the services we to mark the start of its lato las vega's service but is available on all of its u.s. flights. virgin airlines boss sir richard branson introduced a new feature in a video. he said the chances of the planning with a plus one or least 50%. >> big plans and the works to expand universal studios hollywood. nbc universal says it will begin construction this summer are
>> more like june gloom around here. and look at your forecast with erica. good morning. >> you are certainly right we have that coastal fog but it will burn off. we will see clear skies and sunshine and '70s and to the afternoon. >> it looks like jim a bit early. yesterday was warm we broke records over in napa and tied one in santa rosa. >> 80s and low 90s. that is not the case today. we are currently in the upper '40's for san francisco. 49 and oakland. you will automatically notice how
much cooler than 24 hours ago. napa is about 23 degrees cooler than yesterday morning. >> i mentioned the fog, it is not to dance. down to 4 mi. for half moon bay and santa rosa. drive with caution. no special fog advisers. >> future cast 4 tracking ticket as route today. by 12 green indicates six seasons at the bay. we could see seventies inland. by your afternoon highs push in closer you can see the orange border the bay area's. we could perhaps see a couple of low '80s. most of us will be in the '60s and '70s by 8:00 p.m. expect clear conditions. some call went with temperatures into the 50s and lows '60s. >> here's a closer look at your afternoon highs. 77 for, and antioch. 68 in richmond. baseball weather. if you're heading to the giants game first pitch at 1245. it is a day game against the diamondbacks. temperatures in the upper 50s under mostly clear
conditions. the wind will pick up certainly hold onto your hats. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast highlights the pattern of morning fog, afternoon sunshine, gradually cooler weather. tomorrow expected to be the coolest bay of the week. could see low '80s inland as we start off a week end. high-pressure back in control bringing warmer weather as we start the next work weeks. >> traffic center remains quiet as well. no hot spots. traffic is building here in the bay bridge toll plaza. more cars coming from the east shore freeway. not much activity from the nimitz freeway approach. no wait at the pay gates. tops speeds up the incline and across the upper deck. a typical commute at san mateo bridge. >> no problems past the toll plaza at the high rise and getting off that the 101 interchange. >> and look at the golden gate bridge quiet. a lot of space between cars. turning
to the traffic map. we have slow and go traffic out of san jose. you can see red and yellow on the screen. below 25 mi. per hour. no problems for interstate 280. an easy drive of the north bay the drive times to three minutes from navato to the city. >> in baa very a baseball coach accused of molesting two children pleaded guilnot guilty to all charges against him yesterday. dole kaufman pleaded not guilty to four felony counts which include performing lewd acts of child under 14 years old. this is video of him after he posted bail of march. he was baseball coach at several schools. including bishops o dowd high school
in oakland and palo alto high school. police say, he turned himself into what bart is back in march after morning that the district attorney's office filed charges against him. he was released the same day after posting bail. >> santa clara shares are asking for the public's help in identifying two robbery suspects. this is surveillance pictures of one suspect who attended to arrive evicted from a 711 on north white road. in unincorporated san jose. police say, the man wearing a hooded sweatshirt, approached a victim in his car pointed a gun and demanded money. the suspect is described at a hispanic male approximately 30 years old, 5 ft. to 6 ft. tall, and a way to let the pound. he was in with another man inside the seven eleven store. >> the cost costa county fire district says, it may need to close down to additional fire stations in order to balance the district's budget. this
comes just three months after four other stations were shut down to cut costs. fourth charles clifford report. maybe 24 fulltime stations are acrosall across county. district officials say that because of shrinking tax revenues and the failure of a ballot measure last november the district was left with no choice but to make cuts. closing four fire stations will say the district between six and $8 million next year. residents will see reduced service as slower response times. the district says it needs to make more cuts. the plan is close one station next july and another next january. what they do not know is which station will close. the board of directors is said to me to address the issue on may 7th as scheduled public hearing on a plan. >> charles clifford kron 4
news. >> for the seventh consecutive spring, a pair of falcons returned to their nests high atop a city hall in san jose. this is video from the 24/7 city of south and web camp. that is clara busy feeding a 300 chicks while her mate, for ando, keeps watch from her perch above the nesting box. he says the chicks are three healthy ba males and placed tide peny identification band on them to keep track of where predators. >> just one day after a san francisco official opened an investigation into apostle patient dumping the governor of nevada responded. patient dumping is the process of buzzing the mentally ill of
state without proper food. medication, or care and affecting the cost of care and the state where the patients were sent. gov. bryan sandoval says, his state is not and have of patient dumping but is admitting to lead least one instance of it. the state and by the governor says " in early march, it came to my attention that and at least one instance, this charge policies and procedures were not followed in ross and neil psychiatric hospital input las vegas. he says on to say, disciplinary actions have been taken and corrective plan of action was put into place. some of those patients reportedly wound up in california specifically, san francisco. city attorney dennis herrara is now conducting an investigation. >> the white house look like a school house for a brief time yesterday. that is because dozens of the country's best educators or
honored by the present including a teacher from here in the bay area. the educators were washington d.c. for the 63rd national teacher of the year's ceremony. obamas says these people touch the future. one of the nominees is a teacher from oakland. >> there she is. california's only nominee for national teacher of the year is lasha for fiewarfield . she teaches seventh grade at frick middle school in oakland. although miss warfield did not when we hear students feel pretty lucky to have her. >> bay to breakers is right around the corner in unwatched this san francisco original right here on kron 4. we will bring you the raised all the costumes in between. we will have cameras and crews all along the course giving you two hours of coverage so you
>> good morning everyone. thank you for waking up with kron 4 morning news at 456 we are starting off with a cool morning. typical is in the '40's and 50's. we have called for fog. expect sunny and mild conditions in to the afternoon. tomorrow expected to be the coolest day of the week and we hold onto a dry pattern not only into the weekend before the next 14 days. >> a ridge of high pressure builds and to the forecast. temperatures will start to climb into next week. looking at temperatures. 45 in the bottle. 49 in oakland. we will see fifties, sixties, seventies and perhaps low '80s into your afternoon high. we will not break any records. heading into tomorrow. your warmest inland spots
climbing into seventies. we will see 60s around the bay in yes, upper 50s for calls. full details on your extended forecast in just a couple of minutes. james. >> very good. coming up on the kron 4 morning news will continue to fall latest of boston where this morning we're hearing from the bombers mother. what gsa about her sons. we are just hours away from learning new details about the bay bridge bolts which broke on in eastern span. a live report coming up. and the golden state warriors are celebrating a win this morning after defeating the denver nuggets. now the series shifts to games 3 on friday night will have more details on the win, when kron 4 news continues.
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today will want a plan for the fixed at how that will affect the labor day opening of the new span. >> more trouble for contra costa county fire, what more stations could be closing this year. the cool down this year after several days of hot weather, changes on the way. let us start with erica in the weather center was tracking it all. >> it will feel more like spring and summer. will not break any records. we will not see any '90s. temperatures in the '40's and 50's. we saw the return of coastal fog. expect sunny and mild conditions in to the afternoon. the win will pick up. expect calm, to moderate winds in the hours. though the new in-house there is a look at current conditions. 45 in navato. upper '40's for richmond and oakland. 50 degrees in hayward. 52 in redwood city. a closer look to the afternoon highs and show you the 7 day forecast. at 5:00 is on to traffic with
george. >> a good start to the morning commute. no hot spots. it is light traffic around the bay. the bay bridge westbound no delays. nine minutes out of the macarthur maize. your quick commute check shows light traffic around the east bay. the south bay, the peninsula and north bay ride. darya. >> thank you george. it is 501 following developing news out oakland were later this morning were hoping to find out the problems with a cracked bolts on the new bay bridge will be fixed in time for labor day. the cracks were recently discovered and in the process officials also found out there were many missed steps along the way. fours will trans is live from the metropolitan transportation commission in oakland with the details. what is the very latest well? >> the very latest is they do not know if it will be time for labor day weekend. that is important because for all of us we were lie of the bay bridge. if that is not open it will be pushed back. there were talks of
possibly when it opened president obama would be there. so many things could fall out of place if they did not get this fixed. it could take months to find out the cause and fix the problem. >> here is video of the bolts . they range from 17- 24 in. on. >> experts believe the perfect storm happened for them to get to this place. >> back in 2008 caltrans and specters notice the company in charge of making the bolts and ohio, they failed the test for what ever reason the process was allowed to go on. recently when they started to install 96 of them, altogether about 300. several of them started to crack not only was the treating of the metal bad which made brittle and cause it to crack. when it was tightened on to the bay bridge maybe it was
tightened too hard and that caused it to crack. a series of things they call a perfect storm for this to happen. if one of the things happened they may believe it to be o.k. but for five things happened. that is why this is the third meeting they're having over the past month and have to find out more answers, to get to the bottom of this and why it happened in the first place. they did a another batch of bolts in 2010 and they were ok. in the meantime there will not finish the project until they find out what happened to the first batch. this is $6.3 billion. this is a big mistake. a lot of people at 8 on their faces and including caltrans and the contractors. >> people are angry. this is important to bring the meeting to you live as it happens starting at 930.
>> thank you will. we will carry that on our 24/7 news channel comcast's 193. starting at 930. you could watch on c straining on kron4.com . >> bart police have reopened the 12 street bart station following an investigation into a fatal shooting in downtown oakland last night. the shooting happened at 13th street and broadway. it was reported at 1030. for police shutdown cluster station to look for suspects. passengers were evacuated and drains were not allowed to stop the station. it was reopened an hour later. >> 5 04 right now. boston bombing suspect remained in hospital. but his condition has been upgraded to fair condition. he is recovering from injuries, including a gunshot wound to the neck. u.s. government officials say the teenager and says he and his now dead, or brother
or self radicalize the motivated in part by the war's end iraq and afghanistan. >> washington is getting updates on the investigation. he is said to be communicating with investigators in a limited fashion. >> i have never in my lifetime seen an effort as positive as this one is in terms of the cooperation and communication. >> today the mit campus is pausing to remember fallen officers sean collier who was allegedly shot by the bombing suspect brothers as he sat in his patrol car last thursday night. many other victims remained hospitalized. he was one of three people killed. the other two were during the bombings. he was before the bombings. many of the victims remain the hospital this morning. we want to bring it back to the bay area with a contra costa
county fire district says it may need to close down to additional fire stations. this comes a few months after it shut down for others. kron fours mike pelton is live in pleasant hill with more on the story. mike. >> this is certainly james, not what residents in this community would like to hear. by closing down to additional fire station that would help them balance the budget. you can blame this on a lower-than-expected tax revenue. the district says a tentative plan to close the station in july and next january, this of course, comes months after a failed ballot proposition that closed for stations. in walnut creek, a clayton, lafayette and martinez are expected to save the district six-$8 million this year but will also decrease response time as far as the two additional closures. we do not know which to stations or which communities will be impacted. another meeting is scheduled for may 7th to discuss the issue and schedule a public hearing.
>> later this morning at 9:00 we will speak live with the chief who will be at a to give us an insight on how this is going to work, what will say the stations, and specifically if they have to close which communities will be impacted house. >> back to you james. we will look for to that interview thank you mike. no david lee, no problem for the golden state warriors and game two of their civiseries with the denver nuggets. stephen currey put up 30.13 is is that the warriors beat the nuggets 131-117 in denver to even the western conference quarterfinal series at a game apiece. jasrrett jack chipped into of his exploits in harrison barnes added 24 to help the warriors in the nuggets' 24 all game winning streak. everything was all the
warriors last night. golden state shot 65 percent from the field, including 14th for 25 three-point range. game 3 is fighting night at oracle arena. >> the sharks punched their ticket to the playoffs. >> logan coutur and joanne pavelski scored a goal 30 seconds apart in the third period to help the sharks clinched their ninth straight playoff berth with a come-from-behind 3-2 victory over the dallas stars last night. raffo tprres also scored for the sharks, who moved on to a tie for fourth place in the western conference with :ps ls with two games raining in the race for home i sedans in the first round. the sharks into the kings in the final season on saturday. was a quick break and be back
a large apartment fire in milpitas. the temporary shelter opened at the indian community center, to provide housing, food and other assistance. to those displaced by the fire. the fire was reported at an apartment on did 01 yesterday morning. no one was hurt or injured and fired. the cause of the remains under investigation. by 12. a quick look at west bound 80 the right looking good. erica and george will be here with a complete look at your
addition to cooler temperatures we also have coastal fog. visibility down to 3 mi. in half moon bay for those of you using highway 1. down to 5 mi. in santa rosa. 7 mi. 7 mi. an apple. fog is dense and widespreain napa. >> fog is intense and widespread. that will continue to improve today as we head into tomorrow. future cast 4 highlights a tall clock tower. we have seen a taste of summer for the past couple days. we're talking only six reasons i the bay in seventies for your warmest spots. the aren't indicating 80 '80s warrant bay area. tibbets is back in the '50s by 8:00 p.m. tonight. >> breaking down the afternoon high--tempered jah
>> upper seventies for pittsburgh and antioch of resistance for richmond. 62 in downtown san francisco and 58 in daly city. for those of you heading to the giant game this afternoon against the arizona diamondbacks. first pitch at all 45. we're looking for to a day game with temperatures in the upper 50s lows '60s. >> the wind will pick up into the afternoon. hold onto your hat. >> a gloomy start to the next couple of days many morning fall. >> every to high-pressure bills back to the forecast as we start the next work week. we do hold onto a dry pattern antipater's are warmer into next monday and tuesday. >> 517 . let us see if we had a hot spots. >> no hot spots and a light ride for most of the bay area. >> no back up at the bay bridge westbound. the meter
lights have been being worked on that may be one of the reasons why we see as slower ride. >> san mateo bridge tia good ride. >> the golden gate ride an easy trip coming from marin county. they are finishing up with the configuration and delays. for late south at 2 lanes north. >> looking at the traffic maps updating drive times. 13 minutes hercules to berkeley from the west bound commutes. >> 16 minutes to the san ramon valley. >> the 101 ride is underlaid so is 85. >> the north bay ride looks good from the bottle to the golden gate bridge. >> transit a change for bart because of the subway to go where the stockton-ellis interest to the power street station is closed and will be for about five years until they finish the
construction project. >> bart is not delayed. caltran, h train, muni no delays. >> a bay area baseball coach accused of molesting at least two children pleaded not guilty to all charges against him yesterday. dole kaufman afteljoel kfaufman pleat guilty to four felony counts which included performing attacks on a child under 14 years old. this is video of him every posted bail of march. he was a coach for baseball at several schools, including bishop o sowd high school in oakland and alto high school. >> police say, he turned himself in after a court is back in march after he
learned the district attorney's office filed charges against him. he was released the same day after posting bail. >> del the use of bangladesh where and 878074 dead after building collapsed. several bodies have been removed from the eight story building, along with survivors. the building houses clothing factories. so far, rescuers said six other people from rubble, but they fear more are still inside. >> also this morning separate court appearances were held for the two men accused of plotting to derail a passenger train in a terror plot . the suspect each face a list of charges including conspiracy to commit murder for the benefit of a terrorist group. authorities
say, the suspect had help from al quaidai and wanted to derail a train on line between canada and new york. the men have been under surveillance for nearly a year. >> continuing developments in a ricin investigation in which president obama and others were targeted with poisoned letters. the charges have been dropped against kevin curtis and elvis impersonator in his own time. he's the man the fbi had started as a prime suspect. no evidence of ricin was found. all the charges were dropped and investigators are focusing on a man named j- rid dut schke searching his mississippi home yesterday. this comes as another suspicious of the possibly more ricn was found at a military mail sorting facility in washington d.c.. >> the los scandal was
pleased to partisan now paying the price for an incident back in february. the lapd agreed to pay $4.2 million to a one who was mistakenly shot at during the man of for a disgruntled ex cop christopher dorner back in february. police fired more than 100 blunt end and a round a pickup truck driving in torrance. 71 year-old emma hernandez was shot twice in the back. per 47 year-old daughter was injured by broken glass. officers said they glassdorthought dorner was driving a truck so they started shooting. >> currently 49 in walnut creek. 75 expected to be your afternoon high. we will be back with more in a
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529. you will notice something different. it is cold. the last couple of days have been nice in the morning. . this morning it is definitely chilly. there is a live look at the golden gate bridge. >> good morning darya were working up to the rhetorical fall. you can see that on our satellite radar streaming a clothesline. some of fog is pushing inland. it is very foggy in the north bay. we are still holding on to dry weather and clear skies and for the rest of the bay area. taking a look at your extended forecast. tomorrow is expected to be the coolest day of the week. full details on your weekend forecast and talk about when it will be warm in coming up in just a couple of minutes. >> good morning george. >> morning erica take a look at the san mateo bridge. the volume is up a bit but the drive times are not. just 11 minutes' drive time. the right side of your screen is the commute direction. your quick commute check shows 580 has slowed traffic and minor
accident in bring bill westbound. that is the back up point for the rest of the ride. >> is a fairly normal drive time otherwise. >> south bay, peninsula, no. they look like so far. following the latest balance out oakland were later this morning we woke to find out if the problems with the cracked bolts on the new bay bridge will be fixed in time for labor day. the cracks were recently discovered and the process officials also found out there were many missteps along the way. kron fours will trans is live from the metropolitan transportation commission and oakland with the details. what can we as expect the press conference today will? >> the past month and have there been three meetings and they will continue to have them until they get to the bottom of what happened. so far a bunch of howls, how could happen? how was allowed to go on? how come it was not caught before it was too late? >> the question to what you asked earlier will this
jeopardize the opening for liberty weekend questid. so fare cannot say yes and no definitively. huge bolts. as big as 2 ft. long. they start the process in 2008. caltrans back then flagged this to the company making the bolts and ohio that there was something wrong it was not pass the test. >> it was allowed to go on to the point where recently the bolts were allowed to be installed, during the process it cracked. there are so many speculation as to why it happen. maybe hydrogen got into the bolt and caused it to become brittle. it does not shake and more like airplane metal. that is what they were hoping for. or in this case particularly, maybe they tied it too hard. so many things did not work that is why we're here. why do we care? if they cannot
open this labor day weekend that could cause a ripple effects down the road including traffic nightmares all over the bay area. >> even president obamas be impacted. there was talk lot the whole thing was done that the president would be there to cut the ribbon to allow cars to go through. if this is not ready for labor day weekend and all the other subsequent steps that could impact the schedule on a national level. >> obviously this is a huge embarrassment for transportation officials. they want to get to the bottom of it hopefully today. but will give us answers yes and no will they find out the exact problem and get it fixed in time for labor day weekend. >> will have a live starting at 930. back to you james. >> thank you will. we will be watching. the surviving suspect of the boston marathon attacked was living on taxpayer funded state welfare benefits. state officials confirmed last night that tamelanrlan
tsasrnaev , the older brother who was killed in a gunbattle with police last friday night, was receiving benefits along with his wife and their three year-old daughter. the state's executive office of health and human services said the those benefits ended in 2012 when the couple stopped reading it, ellemeeting in comey limits. the news raises questions on whether the suspect finances radicalization on taxpayer money. health and human services declined to specify what kinds of benefits and the amount of the benefits the family received. >> in san francisco police have surveillance video of the car involved in a deadly shooting earlier this month. >> the victim 23 year-old jay ernesto acosta was in
the intersection of hayes and webster when he was shot and killed. this surveillance video from a cat dropping off passengers, just before shots were fired. a few seconds later the suspect car speed by a left of your screen. police say the white car a 2010 to 2012 lexus es 350. investigators say axousta has no criminal history would listen to believe the shooting was random. investigators so someone leaving yoshis jazz club that i missing something that will leave them to the shooter. >> a commemorative plaque honoring a home run king barry bonds recorded 756 clout has gone missing from at&t park. jackie scecil is
at the ballpark and has details. >> and-debt jackie sissel--jack >> over the weekend it was noticed the plaque was gone. the giants did not remove the plaque. it has been stolen. the plaque itself was lifted by someone. the giants say they are reviewing security cameras around the ballpark. this is an effort to figure out pool, what, why with a plaque stolen. i heard yesterday's they're having another one made in memory of it. obviously, if you are on graceless are walking around the next couple days and see someone with a bronze plaque that says barry bonds' 756.
>> how big are we talking? i do not know how bit is i think it is an 11 by 11, 14 by 14 could be my guess. you can see like something like this. like a home plate kind of thing. it is a bronze plaque they put on the center field wall. it cannot be that big. >> you know as i know that most of the memorabilia stuff is behind glass. it is in the cases and you cannot get in. >> this one was obviously in the stands. they put a bronze plaque where the ball out ultimately ended up. it was a place for fans to look at. obviously someone brought a screwdriver or ranch to the gate and decided to take it home. >> o my gosh! that will keep
in their basements for ever is not discovered. >> thank you jackie. we will be back with more in just a minute. look at them kids. [ sigh ] they have no idea what it was like before u-verse high speed internet. yeah, you couldn't just stream movies to a device like that. one time, i had to wait half a day to watch a movie.
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effect that it may have on labor day opening of the bay bridge. >> last night was a great night for two bay area sports teams. will bring you an update coming up. >> we're also watching weather as cooler temperatures are expected after two days of record- setting numbers. let's turn to erica for the update. >> it is not too dense however, you will see a low cloud coverage you head out to work in school. the temperatures are cooler and remember yesterday napa was as 71 degrees at this time. we are now at 45 degrees. we are tracking the temperatures. future cast 4 high tides by lunchtime was the '60s. the yellow indicates 70's and it looks like we will stay in the '70s for the afternoon high.
we cut perhaps see a couple of low 80s but we will not break any records. the temperatures will be back in the '50s by 8:00 p.m. tonight. it is going to be 78 in cupertino. when macy 80 degrees in fairfield. downtown san francisco will be coming in at 62 degrees. kron 47 day around the bay highlights the pattern of morning fog and afternoon sunshine. >> temperatures will be cooler through tomorrow and you can expect oersted to be the coolest day of the week. >> we are still presided over a pretty good ride this morning. we're not tracking any hot spots just a few
minor inj. there are no problems on the upper deck. the san mateo bridge and highway 92 is a small commuter and there is no backup coming out of hayward. there are no problems over the high rise. the golden gate bridge southbound 101 is still very light traffic. we will update the drive time for you. it's 16 minutes from hercules to berkeley. we're starting to pick up a little slowing at the walnut creek interchange. 580 has a stall in the westbound direction at livermore avenue. they have added a little bit to the slowing. they're not really create a much additional delay. your
northbound 85 ride also looks good and highway 17. there no problems into downtown. the north bay ride is still doing well through marin county. >> the time is 5 and 40 8:00 a.m.. the white house looked like a school house for a brief time yesterday. that is because dozens of the country's best educators were honored by the president including a teacher here in the bay area. the educators were in washington d.c. for the 63rd national teacher of the year ceremony. obama says that these people touch the future. one of the nominees is a teacher from oakland. >> they represent cities and towns and all types of schools. the one thing that puts them together is that they are devoted to the next
generation. they show our kids how to a large pawork hard >> she teaches seventh grade in oakland. although, she did not win heard students were lucky to have her. this is an extreme, to be honored. >> for the second consecutive spring the falcons have returned. we have video from the falcon tam. early tuesday morning that came from their nest. they are healthy, it is about three of them. it is
need to watch their progress. >> a wild pitch against the giants. they beat them 6 to 4. this was after they blew a lead. he threw a pitch that bounced to the backstop. they have to over lead. he retired brandon for his first career save. the giants went down. the a's did not. the a's pitcher, the 39 year-old allowed three hits. that athletics broke a four game winning streak 13 to 0 against the
red sox. 21 of them-that she had thrown so many of them. bay this is what 13 after managing 11 in their previous three games. >> the justice department is so when lance armstrong and his company for millions of dollars. the government officials stated that they spent $40 million to sponsor him from 1998 to 2004. the justice department wants to recover triple that amount. this may resort into a hundred million dollars in damages. they stated that he used drugs and that was a breach of contract. >> the time is 5:52 a.m.. the bay to breakers is just around the corner. we're bringing you everything in
between. we will have cameras and cruised along the course to give you two hours of coverage. state- owned for the bay to breakers on kron 4. >> will have more headlines for you an update on the weather and traffic. here is live pictures from american airlines. they had to make an emergency airlines at the south was international airport within the last hour. they stated that it was like 675. there was a mechanical problemrabat an board. no one was injured. >> we will be right back.
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don't see batman! flying down! but i can't see their face. he cleans up the windows! " >> that's all right, 5 here rose suited up, not to fight crime, but wind at randolph childress hospital in portland, oregon on tuesday. the stabbed five are regular window washing crew at the hospital. when they arrive for a normal shift to clean the windows they decided to bring some joy to the young patients inside. >> i am thinking that all window washers to dress like this. they did a great job.
everyone is a smile on their face. this was an inspired by a program at children's hospital in pittsburgh. they do this as an annual tradition. >> the time is 5:57 a.m.. coming up on the kron 4 morning news. bad thebolts on the bay bridge. to that we will learn the plan for the fix and we will also know the effect that the labor day opening may bring. that meeting is scheduled for 9:30 a.m.. >> there is more trouble for contra costa county fire, why more stations could be closing this year. we will have a live report coming up >> after two days of beautiful summer whether we are experiencing cooler temperatures today and for the rest of the week. will have a full weather and
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